color depth relationship between server published apps and client application set settings

I am running published applications via Presentation server 4.5 and Citrix Program Neighborhood version 10. I am trying to understand what controls the color depth. It appears that I can set the color depth for each published app on the server farm and there are is also a setting on the client program neighborhood under application set settings. How do these two relate to each other in color depth? Does one override the other?
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Carl WebsterCommented:
I just tested it my lab and what you set on the client side overides what is set on the server.  In order for Session Sharing to work, all applications must have the exact same settings for color depth, screen resolution and encryption.
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